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How to Use Low Data Mode for Apple Music on iPhone

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A lot of people use Apple Music while on the go from an iPhone, and this typically requires using cellular data. Since cellular bandwidth is often limited, you may be interested in preserving your cellular data and using Low Data Mode for Apple Music.

Apple Music’s streaming quality tops out at 256 kbps, which means that at the high-quality setting, you’d approximately consume a little above 5 MB of data for a three-minute song. Depending on how much music you listen to using cellular, this could be a lot especially if your monthly data allowance is low. By…

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How to Use Low Data Mode in Netflix on iPhone

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Worried about using cellular data to stream Netflix content on your iPhone? Want to make sure you’re not burning through your allocated data within minutes? Well, Netflix allows you to do so with a dedicated low-data mode.

A lot of people use Netflix to enjoy shows or kill time while they’re traveling. However, most of the time when you’re traveling, you’re not connected to Wi-Fi, using cellular data instead, which can be pretty expensive if you have a limited data plan or go over a bandwidth quota. Netflix uses approximately 3 GB of your data for…

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